It was a night of insult and injury for the Milwaukee Bucks in Orlando Wednesday. The Bucks played without forward Ersan Ilyasova, who was ill, and lost starters Brandon Jennings (Achilles') and Larry Sanders (back) to injuries in the first half.
The Orlando Magic dealt the Bucks a 113-103 overtime defeat. Former Bucks Tobias Harris and Doron Lamb came alive in OT and combined for nine points and pushed Milwaukee’s record back to (37-41). Despite being four games under .500 they are still playoff bound.
The lone bright spot for the Bucks last night was rookie John Henson. His 25 rebounds and seven blocks were both career highs. Henson became the first player to come off the bench with 25 rebounds in an NBA game in the last 28 years.